Nature is never far away in Canada, even when you're enjoying a getaway in the capital city of Ottawa. In summer you can find your outdoor groove on the Rideau Canal in a canoe or along the banks on skates, wheels, or on foot. Once winter hits its icy peak, the canal becomes an endless ice rink, showcasing all the many sights of Ottawa along the way. | @explorecanada
Canada’s Oldest Railway tunnel can be found under the downtown core of Brockville, Ontario. To permit lumber traffic from the Ottawa Valley to pass on to the US it was necessary to extend the railway tracks to the Brockville waterfront on the St. Lawrence River. Between 1854 and 1860 this 1,700 foot tunnel was constructed under the town, which you can still peek into today! Head towards Brockville’s Blockhouse Island, and find the tunnel on Water Street East just east of, Market Street.
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6 must go places in Ontario to enjoy the fall coloursAt about 3 hours drive from Toronto or Ottawa, Algonquin Park can be a day trip, but is probably better enjoyed as a weekend trip. Algonquin Park is an incredible display of nature - forests, rivers and lakes can be accessed via foot or canoe. There are also fall biking trails available. .